LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) - Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. rolled into and out of Monday's weekly press conference on an electronic scooter.
When asked if he ever falls off, he said, "sometimes."
"Coach Riley saw me the first day and was like, 'That's kind of dangerous. You could fall off and hurt yourself.' But after a while he got used to it. There's a lot of guys rolling," Armstrong said.
"I just like riding it, honestly," he said before questions from the media turned to football.
While playing against Minnesota, Armstrong threw for three touchdown passes, giving him 46 career touchdown passes.
Fresh off a win against Minnesota, the team is looking to keep the momentum at a home game Saturday against Northwestern.
"As a whole, as a unit, when we are on the same page, when we get down the field and being able make plays, I think that's when we find our rhythm and able to take care of the football," Armstrong said.